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Hear on EcoJustice Radio renowned permaculture and resilience designer Warren Brush contemplate the importance of ecological balance across the globe.

A Global Perspective on Permaculture Design with Warren Brush

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Hear on EcoJustice Radio renowned permaculture and resilience designer Warren Brush contemplate the importance of ecological balance across the globe.

EcoJustice Radio talks with UCLA Prof Jon Christensen, who studies the threat of green gentrification around the country -- parks and infrastructure improvements that increase rents and displace residents — and how cities respond to protect communities.

Greening Without Gentrification: Expanding Parks and Protecting Communities

EcoJustice Radio talks with UCLA Prof Jon Christensen, who studies the threat of green gentrification around the country — parks and infrastructure improvements that increase rents and displace residents — and how cities respond to protect communities.

Dulanie Ellis, Director of Ground Operations: Battlefields to Farmfields, discusses with EcoJustice Radio how combat veterans reclaim their purpose through regenerative farming.

Ground Operations: Battlefields to Farmfields, The Veteran-Farmer Movement

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Dulanie Ellis, Director of Ground Operations: Battlefields to Farmfields, discusses with EcoJustice Radio how combat veterans reclaim their purpose through regenerative farming.

EcoJustice Radio covers the deadly waters of oil spilling in Orange County, CA, and how to move beyond offshore drilling in the US after recent disasters. Jack Eidt from WilderUtopia and Emily Parker from Heal the Bay speak with Jessica Aldridge.

Deadly Waters – Oil Spills & The Future of Offshore Drilling

EcoJustice Radio covers the deadly waters of oil spilling in Orange County, CA, and how to move beyond offshore drilling in the US after recent disasters. Jack Eidt from WilderUtopia and Emily Parker from Heal the Bay speak with Jessica Aldridge.

Human Rights Attorney Steven Donziger, fighting to make Chevron pay $9.5 billion to clean up their mess left behind after decades of oil drilling, dumping, and spilling in Ecuador, is sentenced and serving six months in jail for "Criminal Contempt." EcoJustice Radio interviewed him on the original case and the efforts by Chevron-friendly judges to stop him from advocating for the Ecuadorian people.

Criminalizing Activism – Steven Donziger vs Chevron

Human Rights Attorney Steven Donziger, fighting to make Chevron pay $9.5 billion to clean up their mess left behind after decades of oil drilling, dumping, and spilling in Ecuador, is sentenced and serving six months in jail for “Criminal Contempt.” EcoJustice Radio interviewed him on the original case and the efforts by Chevron-friendly judges to stop him from advocating for the Ecuadorian people.

Part 2 of the discussion on Indian Boarding Schools with our guests, SunRose IronShell and Manape LaMere. They continue to discuss Indian Child Welfare Act, the Keystone XL Pipeline and […]

Lost Children of Turtle Island – Part 2

Part 2 of the discussion on Indian Boarding Schools with our guests, SunRose IronShell and Manape LaMere. They continue to discuss Indian Child Welfare Act, the Keystone XL Pipeline and […]

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